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Find the solutions of a quadratic equation using the Quadratic Formula.

Alg I – Given “factorable” quadratic equations use the quadratic formula to prove the solutions.

(A1 8.6)

Geom -

Alg II – Given quadratic equations, find the solutions using the quadratic formula.

(A2 5.3)

Trig/PreCalc -

Solve equations algebraically.

Alg I – Use Algebra tiles to discern Algebraic properties.

(A1 2.1) (A1 9.3)

Geom – Solve equations to find properties of polygons

Alg II – Use the properties of equality to solve equations with more than variable.

(A2 3.3)

Trig/PreCalc – Model and solve word problems using functions and equations.

(PC 1.3) (PC 1.1)

Solve a system of equations simultaneously by substitution or elmination.

Alg I – Use systems to solve word problems.

(A1 5.3) (A1 5.4)

Geom – N/A

Alg II – Use either substitution or elimination to solve word problems with a system of equations.

(A2 2.2)

Trig/PreCalc -

Solve inequalities algebraically, especially by using sign chart analysis.

Alg I -

Geom -

Alg II -

Trig/PreCalc -

Recognize the connection between the graph of a function and the solutions to the equation.

f(x)=0 (root)

Alg I – Use the graphing calculator to find zeros of a function.

(A1 6.8) (A1 3.3)

Geom -

Alg II – Graph quadratic functions, find and interpret zeros and max. and min. value of those functions.

(A2 3.4)

Trig/PreCalc – Use a graphing calculator to find domain, range, etc of functions

(PC 1.2)

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES PREREQUISITE SKILLS WORKSHEET FOR CALCULUS

Riverton Parke Jr-Sr High

Prerequisite Skills

Activity Objectives for Grade/Course

State Standards

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